Chung-I Erica Su
蘇仲怡 Chung-I Erica Su
Chung-I Erica Su received her doctoral degree in Cognitive Psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2012. Now she is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Research Center for Mind, Brain, and Learning, National Chengchi University. Her research interests are psycholinguistic related issues, such as lexical phonological and semantic processes, and the mechanisms underlying spoken word recognition and reading comprehension.
Tsai, J.-L., Su, C.-I. E., & Magnuson, J. S. (2015, Oct). Incremental processing of Chinese spoken characters and the influence of fluent speech on lexical competition effects: Evidence from eye movements. The 7th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiological of Language, Chicago, USA.
Su, C.-I. E., Tsai, J.-L., Chang, Y.-L., & Tzeng, O. J. L. (2015, Sep). Segmental- tonal neighborhood activation-competition in Chinese spoken word recognition: a visual world eye-tracking study. The 21th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Malta.
Su, C.-I. E., & Mauner, G. (2014, Sep). Instrument priming: a tale of two strategies. The 20th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Edinburgh, UK.
Su, C.-I. E., & Luce, P. A. (2014, Aug). The effect of segmental-tonal neighborhood density in Chinese spoken word recognition: an eye-tracking study. The 6th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiological of Language, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Su, C.-I. E., & Mauner, G. (2013, Nov). Strategic processing in semantic priming with very short SOAs. The 54th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Toronto, Canada.
游婉雲 Maggie Wan-Yun Yu
Wan-Yun Yu received her Bachelor's Degree from the Department of Journalism at National Chengchi University in 2007, and Master's Degree from the Institute of Communication Studies at National Chiao Tung University in 2009. Now she is a Ph.D. student of the Department of Psychology at National Chengchi University. Her research interests are comprehension processes of reading and text-image integration, neuro-marketing and cognitive approach to media research.
Yu, W. Y. & Tsai, J.-L. (2013, Aug.). The scene semantic consistency effect of eye movements during spoken language comprehension. The 17th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM), Lund, Sweden.
Yu, W. Y., Lee, C. Y., Tsai, J. L. (2011, Aug.) The orthographic and phonological preview benefit on the eye movements of different Chinese input method readers. 16th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM), Marseille, France.